With the African Union Year of Agriculture and Food Security in full swing, ONE today is releasing a joint report with the World Bank’s Gender Innovation Lab aimed at sparking policy change on a formidable barrier holding back Africa’s agricultural transformation – a wide and pervasive gender gap.
People across Africa are ready to pay for development.
A UN poll shows that no matter where you live, citizens rank having “an honest and responsive government” among their top five priorities.
Find out what Afrobarometer’s recent survey discovered about attitudes to tax in Africa.
Saturday 15th March marks three years since the beginning of the conflict in Syria. Like millions of others you’ve probably asked ‘How can we stop this?’
A coalition of organisations have formed the #WithSyria campaign, and are asking for your support. Here’s what you can do.
Unsafe injections kill 1.3 million people every year – that’s almost double the 660,000 deaths that are caused by malaria.
Enter Marc Koska, who was shocked to learn how rapid the spread of HIV through unsafe injections was predicted to become.
Monika is 16 and from West Bengal in India. Her father wants her to be married. He says, “A girl isn’t something you can keep at home, after all.” Watch how Monika proves him wrong.
Last week ONE co-founder Bono addressed the European People’s Party congress in Dublin and urged European leaders to commit to laws introducing public disclosure about who owns companies and trusts. Watch the video or read some of the highlights.
Across Africa, a growing number of women farmers have a secret: incredible success.
These women are not just farmers. They are also legal land owners, job creators, house builders, agriculture trainers and proud mothers of children going to university.
Liberata, Anne and Maria are women farmers who are doing well. The secret of their success? Investment.
Did you know that women make up half of Africa’s agricultural workforce overall, and more than half in several countries? Our report reveals that the gender gap in agriculture is making it impossible for African women to become the thriving farmers they need to be to pull themselves out of poverty and give their children a better life.
ONE will be hosting the Labour Party’s Shadow Secretary of State for Development, Rt Hon Jim Murphy MP, at an event in central London on Tuesday 8 April. Tweet you questions about the future of development to us, and we’ll put some to him on the day.
With products from Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa, Ethiopia, and more, your purchase from the ONE Store helps support healthy economies across the continent. Get 20% off ONE branded products now with this code!
After working in and travelling through a number of different countries where white people are in the numerical minority, I’ve come to realise that there is one place being white is not only a hindrance, but negative – most of the developing world. Seven years later, I think we’re finally doing aid right, and I’m not there.
We created our own version of the Oscars, the Honesty Oscars. 91,420 people from around the world voted for their favourite organisations, activists and projects that are fighting global corruption. Here are the winners.
Today, we unveil the final category in ONE and Accountability Lab’s Honesty Oscars: Best Picture. It wouldn’t be an “Oscars” without this category! Like the Academy Awards, “Best Picture” honours all efforts in putting together the film, including writing, editing, directing and execution.
This week, 200 US ONE volunteers gathered in Washington D.C. for the 7th annual ONE Power Summit, for four days of training, policy briefings, and lots of fun culminating in a mass lobby day on Capitol Hill.
Today, we unveil the fourth category in ONE and Accountability Lab’s Honesty Oscars: Best Director. Like the Academy Awards, this category honours leaders who have a clear vision, visualise the execution of that vision, and carry it out through the help of their talented crew. In this case, this vision is a world without corruption.
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